Celebrating the Bridging Ceremony
The Bridging Ceremony celebrates the transition of our youth from their high school experience into young adulthood.
One of the most important things we can do for our youth is to support them into adulthood, to keep them connected to Unitarian Universalism, and continue to minister to them as they become adults. Resources for Bridging from Youth to Young Adulthood can help you succeed in this ministry.
Unitarian Universalist Association Publications
- Bridging: A Handbook for Congregations by Gail Forsyth-Vail and Jessica York
Bridging at General Assembly
A bridging ceremony is held each year at our Association's annual gathering. Watch Synergy: A Bridging Worship, from General Assembly 2010 in Minneapolis.
Unitarian Universalist Perspectives
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by: Jaynn Truran
Bridging Ceremony: Your Time Is Now
by: Jean M. Olson
by: Kate R. Walker
Prayer for our Children
by: Lindsay Bates
Receive, O Mystery, the words of our hearts
The Many Names for Mother / Father / Parent
by: Jeff Liebmann
The Ship of State
by: Maureen Killoran
A Blessing for Bridging
by: Julia Hamilton
Blessing for Bridging Youth
by: Susan Maginn
The Transition from Child to Adult